America's Most Romantic Cities

Griffith Observatory, Los Angeles, California
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Amanda Friedman

With the right travel companion, big cities can feel wonderfully intimate—and these stole the hearts of T+L readers.

No. 13 Los Angeles

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Beauty isn’t skin deep but it might be the first thing you notice in L.A., according to T+L readers, who rated Angelenos No. 4 for their attractiveness and No. 2 for their stylishness. For another kind of beauty, drive north toward Malibu on the Pacific Coast Highway for arresting ocean views, then pull over in Pacific Palisades to spend a few hours at the gorgeous Getty Villa museum. Griffith Park is home to the famous Hollywood sign and observatory, and owns some of the best views in the city. For nighttime views, Perch Los Angeles’ rooftop bistro overlooks downtown L.A. from its 15th-floor patio.

Griffith Observatory, Los Angeles, California

America's Most Romantic Cities

No. 13 Los Angeles

Beauty isn’t skin deep but it might be the first thing you notice in L.A., according to T+L readers, who rated Angelenos No. 4 for their attractiveness and No. 2 for their stylishness. For another kind of beauty, drive north toward Malibu on the Pacific Coast Highway for arresting ocean views, then pull over in Pacific Palisades to spend a few hours at the gorgeous Getty Villa museum. Griffith Park is home to the famous Hollywood sign and observatory, and owns some of the best views in the city. For nighttime views, Perch Los Angeles’ rooftop bistro overlooks downtown L.A. from its 15th-floor patio.

Amanda Friedman
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